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Crossing the Line?

In the article “Mining Student Data Could Save Lives” by Michael Morris, I believe Morris argues that in order to mitigate or even repel completely the threat of student violence, an option lies in “data mining”–the process of collecting massive amounts of data from students using their emails, computer use in the university, and other […] Continue reading

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Duty of the Government to divulge sensitive information

In response to question 3, I believe that examples of cryptography noted in Singh chapter 1 were mainly of monarchs and leaders because the information they trade is far more dangerous and powerful than information traded by those who weren’t involved in the politics of the world. For example, when the Greeks defended themselves against […] Continue reading

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